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[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / The History Of America's Rift With Cuba / Sacramento's Music Scene - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat: California New Laws 2015 Ben Adler joins Insight for Capitol Chat with a look ahead at five of the new laws taking effect in California in 2015, laws that somehow change daily life. The History of America's Rift with Cuba Dr. Racquel Sherr joins Insight. She is an instructor with UC Davis' Summer Abroad in Cuba program and she's described her back and forth experiences over several years...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; new laws; Ben Adler; America-Cuba relations; Cuba-America relations; Racquel Sherr, instructor, UC Davis Summer Abroad in Cuba program; Sacramento music scene; music scene in Sacramento; venues close in Sacramento; Janelle Bitker, SN&R; Clay Nutting, TBD Fest; holiday music
Downloads: 75
[audio]Insight: Grand Juries / Night Of Giving / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
How Do Grand Juries Work? - Protesters, academics and public officials are calling the use of secretive grand jury investigations into question following the failure of two separate grand juries to indict white police officers involved in the deaths of unarmed black men. Grand juries are used in many states to determine whether there is enough evidence to take a case to trial. The problem, critics say, is that grand juries almost always fail to indict police officers...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; grand jury; Gabriel Jack Chin, Professor, UC Davis School of Law; Night of Giving; Mikail Graham, producer, Night of Giving; Hospitality House; Utah's Place; Joanna Robinson, President of the Board of Directors, Hospitality House; Utah Phillips; Nevada County homeless; Sound Advice; Dennis Newhall; Bob Seger; Cat Stevens; Robert Plant; Neil Young; Bob Dylan
Downloads: 481
[audio]Insight: Sacramento Policing Policies / NASA Curiosity Rover Discoveries / Joshua Davis' Spare Parts - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Policing Practices: Sacramento Police Department And Sacramento County Sheriff's Department - Insight has a conversation with Sacramento Police Department Chief Sam Somers Jr. and Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, in light of national protests calling for reform in policing practices. Discoveries By Curiosity Rover On Mars - UC Davis Geology Professor Dawn Sumner talks with us about methane and the molecules found by the Curiosity Rover...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; police practices; police and community; Sam Somers, Jr., Chief, Sacramento Police Department; Scott Jones, Sheriff, Sacramento County; Curiosity Rover; Mars Rover; Dawn Sumner, Geology Professor, UC Davis; Joshua Davis, author, Spare Parts; Spare Parts - book and movie; robot-building contest; NASA robot-building contest; Wired contributor Joshua Davis
Downloads: 607
[audio]Insight: News Network / Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson / Holiday Movie Guide - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network - We'll speak with Nick Miller from the Sacramento News & Review about the latest on the Sacramento Kings Arena, historical preservation in Lavender Heights, police shootings and closing the Witch room. Plus, Capital Public Radio's Sierra Reporter Ky Plaskon joins us from Reno with an update on snowfall in the past week. Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson - NPR Berlin Correspondent Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson is visiting Sacramento this week...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network; Nick Miller; Sacramento News & Review; Sacramento Kings Arena; Lavender Heights; Witch room; Ky Plaskon; Reno; Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson, NPR Berlin Correspondent; Middle East; Holiday Movie Guide; Carla Meyer from the Sacramento Bee; Derrick Bang from the Davis Enterprise; movie preview
Downloads: 509
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Trust, Transparency Between Law Enforcement And Communities / Cops And Clergy / The Pizza Bible - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West: Congress' Spending Plan The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight guest host Pamela Wu for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Improving Trust, Transparency Between Communities Of Color And Law Enforcement Around the nation, crowds gathered this past weekend to pro...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie, The; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Pamela Wu; law enforcement and communities of color; communities of color and law enforcement; NAACP; Stephen T. Webb, president, Sacramento chapter, NAACP; cops and clergy program; trust between law enforcement and communities; Les Simmons, Pastor; Roman Murrietta, Sacramento Police Lieutenant; Matthew Cornelius-Germany, Student; Pizza Bible, The; Tony Gemignani, pizza chef, owner of Pizza Rock; pizza champion Tony Gemignani
Downloads: 835
[audio]Insight: Drought / Capitol Chat / Afghan Women's Cycling Documentary / Sunmonks - Capital Public Radio, inc.
Drought - On Insight, we'll get some perspective, on where we stand, what California needs, and what kinds of storms help most, from Dr. Kelly Redmond, the deputy director of the Western Regional Climate Center. Capitol Chat - As California Governor Jerry Brown heads into the first year of his record fourth-term, will he be eyeing projects to cement his legacy? Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler has been looking at the governor's agenda and joins us for this week's Capitol Cha...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Drought; storms; Dr. Kelly Redmond, the deputy director of the Western Regional Climate Center; Capitol Chat; Jerry Brown; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief; Afghan Women's Cycling Documentary; film; Afghan Women's National Cycling Team; Sarah Menzies; TedX Sacramento; This Changes Everyting: Women; Sunmonks; indie-rock; Geoffrey CK; Alexandra Steele; Julian Loy; David Middleton
Downloads: 719
[audio]Insight: Northern California Storm / Dance Sites 2014 / Hot Buttered Rum - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Northern California Storm - We're keeping an eye on the major storm system that's expected in the region beginning late Wednesday night through Friday. We'll check in with a variety of people throughout the region to see how things are going. Dance Sites 2014 - "Happiness" is a common theme in dance works that will be performed this weekend at Sacramento State. Many of the choreographers participating in this season's Dance Sites 2014/Faculty Dance Concert weaved Sac State's One World Initiative...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Northern California Storm; Dance Sites 2014; Happiness; Dance Sites 2014/Faculty Dance Concert; One World Initiative; Pepper Von; Arts Experience; Hot Buttered Rum; San Francisco band; Americana-based blue grass fusion; bluegrass; high-art; roadhouse rock; Harlow's
Downloads: 92
[audio]Insight: USDA Visit / Genetically Engineered Rice / UC Davis Die-In / Kushman By The Bottle - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
USDA Visit - USDA/FNCS Under Secretary Kevin Concannon is visiting Sacramento as he continues the national discussion surrounding the Farm-to-School Initiative. He will tour the newly built CapRadio Garden project and join us for a brief conversation on Insight. Genetically Engineered Rice - California produces 98 percent of the world's rice and it goes to some of the most struggling societies in Africa and Asia...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Kevin Concannon, USDA/FNCS Under Secretary; CapRadio Garden project; Genetically Engineered Rice; Science Cafe in Davis; Pamela Ronald; Tomorrow's Table: Organic Farming, Genetics and the Future of Food; UC Davis Die-In; UC Davis Medical School Students; Michael Brown; Eric Garner; ucy Ogbu Nwobodo; Kushman By The Bottle; Rick Kushman, wine expert; holiday parties
Downloads: 756
[audio]Insight: News Network / Lead Levels In California Condors / Sacramento Choral Society & Orchestra - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Davis - The Davis School District recently sold a property it acquired in 1971 for nearly 100 times its purchase price. Jeff Hudson joins us in this week's News Network to talk about that story and more news and events happening in Davis this week. We'll also talk with News10 Anchor Christina Mendonsa about the suicide of 12-year-old Ronin Shimizu. Lead Levels In California Condors - As California condors return from the brink of extinction, the threat of lead poisoning persists, p...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Davis; The Davis School District; property; 1971; Jeff Hudson; Christina Mendonsa, News10 Anchor; suicide of 12-year-old Ronin Shimizu; Lead Levels In California Condors; Sacramento Choral Society & Orchestra; Christmas; choral society; Wells Fargo Home for the Holidays; James McCormick, President of the Sacramento Choral Society & Orchestra; Donald Kendrick, Music Director and Conductor of the Sacramento Choral Society & Orchestra, Director of Choral Activities at Sacramento State University
Downloads: 658
[audio]Insight: The Political Junkie Goes West / "Forgive Me, Father" / Men Of Worth - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; The Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; Forgive Me, Father; Bill Pieper, Sacramento author; Pushcart Prize; Men Of Worth; Sacramento Master Singers; Celtic music; Irish/Scottish duo; Donnie Macdonald; James Keigher; Irish and Scottish folk music; In Studio Performance; Harris Center for the Arts in Folsom
Downloads: 546
[audio]Insight: Hidden Hunger: Storybooth / Food Pantry At UC Davis / Cantus / Sound Advice: Classical - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Hidden Hunger: Storybooth - Together, they launched a mobile story booth that visited food banks and community clinics around Sacramento to record the personal experiences of people on the front lines of food insecurity. Maria Ross and River City Food Bank Executive Director Eileen Thomas join us to explain what they discovered in the stories they collected from people around the Sacramento region...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Hidden Hunger: Storybooth; Maria Ross; Eileen Thomas, River City Food Bank Executive Director; Food Pantry At UC Davis; Cantus; All Is Calm; World War I; a cappella; Sound Advice: Classical; Kent Teeters, Classical Morning Host; Chopin; Christmas tunes; Beethoven; Mahler
Downloads: 869
[audio]Insight: Schools, Churches Address Hunger / James Van Buren's Drum Line / The Dolphin Way / Andy McKee - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Schools, Churches On The Front Line In Effort To Address Hunger Amaya Weiss and Pastor Karen Abrego are featured in CapRadio's upcoming The View From Here documentary Hidden Hunger. Weiss works as a learning support specialist at John Still K-8 School. Pastor Karen Abrego is associate pastor of Ebenezer Christian Center. Both women will discuss their work in The Avenues and Meadowview areas of South Sacramento...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; hunger issues; schools address hunger issues; churches address hunger issues; Amaya Weiss, John Still School; Karen Abrego, associate pastor, Ebenezer Christian Center; James Van Buren, drum-line director, Grant Union High School; Mr V; Shimi Kang, psychiatrist and author of The Dolphin Way; Dolphin Way, The; Tiger Parents; Andy McKee, guitarist; Drifting, youtube hit
Downloads: 867
[audio]Insight: News Network: Auburn, Tahoe / Food Security And Minimum Wage Workers / Paige Anderson & The Fearless Kin - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Tahoe And Auburn Gus Thomson from Auburn Journal and Ky Plaskon from Reno stops by for News Network. Food Security And The Minimum Wage Insight discusses the minimum wage and poverty in America. Paige Anderson & The Fearless Kin Paige Anderson and the Fearless Kin has a new album.
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Tahoe and Auburn; Gus Thomson, Auburn Journal; Ky Plaskon; food insecurity; minimum wage; Sasha Abramsky; Paige Anderson and The Fearless Kin; Fearless Kin, The
Downloads: 18
[audio]National Smokers Alliance "Think Piece"
Commercial against tax increase on tobacco products proposed by Senator John McCain
Keywords: radio; tobacco product; excise tax; legislation; lobbying; Congress; tobacco industry; political activity; children; youth; youth access
Downloads: 7
[audio]Insight: The Political Junkie Goes West / Urban Agriculture Ordinance / World AIDS Day / Atheist Christmas - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Urban Agriculture Ordinance - Sacramento calls itself the Farm to Fork capital of the world, yet it's currently illegal for urban farmers in the city to sell the ...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; The Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; Urban Agriculture Ordinance; Farm to Fork; farmers; illegal for urban farmers in the city to sell the food they grow; Sacramento Urban Agriculture Coalition; Chanowk Yisrael; World AIDS Day; HIV; long-time survivor of HIV; Atheist Christmas; Keith Lowell Jensen; Punch Line Sacramento; Jensen's Ha Ha Heathens
Downloads: 919
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Pet Tales / Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam / Calling Tempo - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - Katie Orr will join us to follow up on immigration. According to a recent NYTimes story, California is already doing many of the things Obama is calling for. She's also working on a story about driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants in Cali. It goes into effect in January and the DMV is planning to open on Saturdays and staff new field offices to handle it. Pet Tales - No one wants their hyperactive schnauzer sweeping grandma's feet out from beneath her this Thanksgiving...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Katie Orr; NYTimes; Obama; DMV; driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants; Pet Tales; Gina Spadafori, pet expert; Thanksgiving; tips on avoiding holiday hazards; Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam; CapRadio Music's Nick Brunner; Calling Tempo; Calling Tempo; Krystyna Taylor, cellist; Billy Taylor, guitarist, volcalist; Glasgow, Scotland
Downloads: 278
[audio]Insight: Ferguson Reaction / NPR President Jarl Mohn / News Network: News and Review / Urban Turkeys / Wild Turkey Hunting - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Ferguson Reaction - Sacramento religious leaders who had traveled to Ferguson, Missouri after the shooting of Michael Brown were gathered in Oak Park last night to talk about race and community relations just as the Ferguson Grand Jury decision was announced. We'll talk with Pastor Kevin Brown of Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church about the decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson for the death of Michael Brown...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Ferguson Reaction; Ferguson, Missouri; Michael Brown; Oak Park; Pastor Kevin Brown of Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church; Officer Darren Wilson; Michael Brown; Jarl Mohn, NPR President; new President and CEO of National Public Radio; News Network: News and Review; Dennis Myers with the Reno News Review; Ira Hansen, Nevada's new assembly-speaker designate; Urban Turkeys; wild turkey hunting season; Pauline Bartolone; Wild Turkey Hunting; Thanksgiving; Hank Shaw, Food writer, outdoorsman and cook; hunting turkeys in the wild and in urban areas
Downloads: 233
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Immigration Reform / Alzheimer's Disease Research / Signs Of Alzheimer's - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; Immigration Reform; President Obama; undocumented immigrants; Kevin R. Johnson, the dean of the UC Davis Law School; Alzheimer's Disease Research; Dr. John Olichney, Associate Director of the UC Davis Alzheimer's Center; Signs Of Alzheimer's; Michelle Johnston, regional director of the Alzheimer's Association Greater Sacramento Office
Downloads: 266
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Alpha K9 / Homeless Youth / Sound Advice: Submerge - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - The 7th District Congressional race seems to finally be over. Republican Challenger Doug Ose conceded to Democratic Representative Ami Bera Wednesday night with 1,432 votes separating them. We'll hear the latest on the count from Washington D.C. reporter Matt Laslo. Also, Wednesday was a busy day for UC Regents, who voted to raised tuition against the advice of Gov. Jerry Brown. Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler was there and has more...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; The 7th District Congressional race; Doug Ose, Republican Challenger; Ami Bera; Matt Laslo, Washington D.C. reporter; Ben Adler, Capitol Bureau Chief; Alpha K9; Veterans Administration; Iraq; Afghanistan; combat-related post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD; Kevin Cameron; Homeless Youth; Runaway and Homeless Youth Month; Sound Advice: Submerge; Jonathan Carabba, co-founder of the Sacramento-based arts and entertainment publication, Submerge Magazine; Chris Robinson; Black Crowes; Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Downloads: 206
[audio]Insight: Winter Sanctuary / Sacramento Self-Help Housing Gingerbread Competition / Prop. 47 / Catriona McPherson - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Winter Sanctuary - As it gets colder, what options exists for homeless people in the Sacramento region? We'll talk with Sacramento Steps Forward about efforts to raise money to provide shelter and meals for those in need. Sacramento Self-Help Housing Gingerbread Competition - Sacramento Self-Help Housing is hosting a gingerbread house competition at Capital Public Radio on Thursday, December 4. We will talk with SSHH executive director John Foley about the gingerbread house competition and how h...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Winter Sanctuary; homeless; Sacramento Steps Forward; shelter and meals; Sacramento Self-Help Housing Gingerbread Competition; John Foley, SSHH executive director; Prop. 47; Jan Scully, District Attorney; Anne Marie Schubert, DA-elect; Ignacio Hernandez, lobbyist for the criminal defense bar; Lenore Anderson chaired the initiative ballot committee; Catriona McPherson, Davis-based mystery novelist; Dandy Gilver mystery novel; A Deadly Measure of Brimstone; Avid Reader in Davis
Downloads: 946
[audio]Insight: News Network: Stockton / Sea Star Wasting Disease / BaconMania / Wild Ones - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Stockton - The saga that is Stockton's bankruptcy proceedings continues. It's not much more than a week after a federal judge accepted the city's bankruptcy plan, and Creditor Franklin Templeton Investment has appealed the ruling. The creditor is upset it's being reimbursed pennies on the dollar while pension giant CalPers is being paid back in-full. Stockton Record Columnist Michael Fitzgerald has been following the proceedings from the beginning and joins us to for this week's Ne...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Stockton; bankruptcy; Creditor Franklin Templeton Investment; CalPers; Michael Fitzgerald, Stockton Record Columnist; Sea Star Wasting Disease; Cornell University; U.S. Geological Survey; Sea Star Associated Densovirus; SSaDV; parvovirus; Kevin Lafferty, USGS scientist; BaconMania; Sacramento's BaconMania Food Truck; Wild Ones; Wild Ones; Portland electro-pop quintet; Witch Room; Portlanders; Radiation City; Autumn Sky; Keep It Safe
Downloads: 741
[audio]Insight-141117 - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West - President Obama has said he will take executive action on immigration by the end of the year; now, as NPR's Tamara Keith tells Audie Cornish, there are reports he could act as soon as the end of next week. Weâll talk with Ken Rudin -- The Political Junkie -- about what that means for bi-partisan politics moving forward. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento
Downloads: 871
[audio]Insight: Ask Emily / ACA Open Enrollment / Capitol Chat / Good Weird - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Ask Emily: Open Enrollment - The open enrollment period for Covered California begins Saturday and that means millions of California's will be shopping for insurance plans. Some will be signing up for insurance for the first time while others will be switching to a new plan that better suites their needs. In any case, there are a lot of options for consumers and a lot of bureaucratic hurdles to overcome...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Ask Emily: Open Enrollment; Covered California; Emily Bazar, Columnist and senior writer for the CHCF Center for Health Reporting; Covered California Open Enrollment; the Affordable Care Act; The federal website failed to operate; Obamacare; President Obama; Dana Howard, Covered California's Deputy Director for Public Relations; Peter Lee, executive director; Capitol Chat: What's Ahead; 7th Congressional District Race; Doug Ose; Ami Bera; Matt Laslo, Washington DC reporter; Laguna Creek High School Drama Club; Good Weird; Matt Hanf
Downloads: 773
[audio]Insight-141113 - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Weather Update - Many of our listeners woke up to rain this morning and area highways were clogged with multiple accidents. Weâll find out how long itâs supposed to stick around with forecaster Jim Matthews of the National Weather Service in Sacramento. Unaccompanied Migrant Children - The United States was confronted with a humanitarian crisis this past summer as thousands of undocumented children arrived at the countryâs doorstep...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento
Downloads: 685
[audio]Insight: Prop. 27 / Science Cafe: Sea Otters / Kushman By The Bottle / New Helvetia Play - Capital PublicRadio, Inc.
Prop. 27 - Sacramento County has already begun releasing prisoners under Prop. 47, which California voters approved last Tuesday. Prop. 47 reduces the classification of many non-serious and nonviolent property and drug crimes from a felony to a misdemeanor. We'll talk with retiring District Attorney Jan Scully and her successor Anne Marie Schubert about how the county is dealing with Prop. 47 and what it means for the future...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital PublicRadio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Prop. 27; Sacramento County; releasing prisoners; Jan Scully; retiring District Attorney; Anne Marie Schubert; Science Cafe: Sea Otters; Liz Bowen, U.S. Geological Survey geneticist; Kushman By The Bottle; Rick Kushman; Tuscany; legend of the black rooster; New Helvetia Play; New Helvetia Theatre; I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking it On the Road; Maggie Hollinbeck, actor; Jerry Lee, actor; Connor Mickiewicz, New Helvetia Founding Artistic Director
Downloads: 891
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 09/28/2014 - David Alpern
FINAL ENCORE Voices of the Century (12/26/99); War and Peace I; War and Peace II; That's Entertainment; Good Sports!; First Words Last (4/25/82); Archive - Closing Credits and Coward (More at archive.org/details/foryourearsonly) Lineup: I. BILLBOARD: VOICES OF THE CENTURY - 12/26/99 - FINAL II. WAR & PEACE I Mildred Crow Sargent ("Rosie the Riveter") David Brinkley, ex-GI and TV news icon Theodore Sorensen, JFK White House aide / Cuban missile crisis III...
Keywords: Voices of the Century; War; Peace; Entertainment; Sports; Newsweek On Air
Downloads: 43
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 09/21/2014 - David Alpern
Best of the Best II: Inside Watergate (2005); le Carre Beyond Cold War (1989); Nancy Reagan's Rebuttal (1989); Secret of Sinatra (1998); Faith and Shame, Art and Fame (2004); Archive - D-Day Real and Reel (2004) Lineup: I. BILLBOARD: BEST OF THE BEST II II. WATERGATE: INSIDE VIEWS -- 6/6/05, 6/14/92, 10/22/89 Bob Woodward, Washington Post Assistant Managing Editor, Watergate Reporter. From Newsweek On Air 10/22/89 Carl Bernstein, author; Watergate Reporter...
Keywords: Watergate; Cold War; Nancy Reagan; Frank Sinatra; Faith; Shame; Fashion; Art; D-Day; Film
Downloads: 11
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 09/14/2014 - David Alpern
Billboard: Best of the Best I: LBJ, MLK and Obama (2008); OBLiteration - New Faces of Terrorism (2011); What Trayvon Taught (2012); Autism - Hoffman, "Rain Main" and Reality (1986); Nora's Neck (2006); Archive - Cronkite on Cronkite and the Media (2009, 1996)LineupI. BILLBOARD: BEST OF THE BEST, PART I II. HIGH HOPES: LBJ, MLK AND OBAMA – 8/31/08 Eleanor Clift, Newsweek Washington Correspondent Robert Caro, Pulitzer-winning biographer, “The Power Broker,” The Years of Lyndon Johnson” III...
Keywords: LBJ; MLK; Obama; terror; Trayvon Martin; Autism; Rain Man; Nora Ephron; Walter Cronkite
Downloads: 15
[audio]Insight-141111 - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Sacramento - The face of the Sacramento City Council has changed entirely since voters elected Kevin Johnson mayor six years ago. While this overhaul is potentially good for Mayor Johnson, it also means the city has lost decades of experience these councilmembers brought with them. Joining us to talk about the new makeup of the city council is Capital Public Radio Region Reporter Bob Moffitt and Sacramento Bee Metropolitan Reporter Ryan Lillis...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento
Downloads: 806
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West: Ken Rudin / Amphibious Ichtyosaur Discovery / La Réunion / Food For Families - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West: Post-Election Reflection - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie Goes West: Post-Election Reflection; Ken Rudin; Amphibious Ichthyosaur Discovery; missing link; Anhui Province; Ryosuke Motani, UC Davis Earth and Planetary Sciences Professor; Veteran Father's Story; La Reunion; Diane Covington-Carter, author; Omaha Beach; 1944; World War II; Grass Valley Saturday, Nov. 15; Avid Reader in Sacramento; Food For Families Campaign; Raley's; 28th holiday bag campaign; help feed hungry families
Downloads: 951
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon / Artist Jeff Myers / Mohammed Fairouz - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler joins us to wrap up election results and lay out what they mean for California's legislature. We'll also talk about Janet Napolitano's fight with Gov. Jerry Brown over tuition costs for the University of California. West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon - West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon was reelected this week with 83.8 percent of the vote...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Janet Napolitano; Ben Adler; tuition; Christopher Cabaldon, West Sacramento Mayor; Jeff Myers, Artist; Tom Myers; Mohammed Fairouz, composer; The 37th Festival of New American Music; FeNAM
Downloads: 1,326
[audio]Insight: News Network: At the Polls/Voter Turnout/UC Davis Wine Vault/The Toure-Raichel Collective - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: At the Polls -It's election day and that means it's time to choose our government representatives and decide which ballot initiatives are worthy of becoming law. Capital Public Radio's Jenny O'Mara is visiting polling places and talking to voters to see what motivated them to turnout when a majority of people are expected to sit this election out. Voter Turnout - Today and the focus has switched from the candidates to the voters...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: At the Polls; Jenny O'Mara, Capital Public Radio reporter; Voter Turnout; Registrars; San Joaquin and Yolo Counties; UC Davis Wine Vault; A Malian Muslim; Israeli Jew; Center for the Arts in Grass Valley; Vieux Farka Toure, Guitarist; Idan Raichel, pianist; The Toure-Raichel Collective; The Paris Sessions; The Tel Aviv Session
Downloads: 733
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Women In Politics / 'Kate' - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Women In Politics - This three-part series explores the challenges women face as they try to break through the political glass ceiling...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; Women In Politics; political glass ceiling; Sacramento Theatre Company; Katharine Hepburn; Janis Stevens, actress; Mitch Agruss; Cap'n Mitch; Rick Foster, award-winning
Downloads: 1,061
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat: General Election / Marilyn's On K / Sacramento's Wrestling Scene / Author Heather Marie - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat: General Election - Governor Brown has spend most of his campaign focus - and funds - on generating support for Propositions 1 and 2. But this week, and in particular, in response to a question from Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler, the Governor came very close to sounding like a candidate. We'll cue up his comments and let you decide. Marilyn's On K - The live music venue, Marilyn's on K, will be closing November 1st...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat: General Election; Governor Brown; Propositions 1 and 2; Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler; Marilyn's On K; closing November 1st; Sacramento's Wrestling Scene; Pro-wrestling; Supreme Pro Wrestling; Joshua Sir Samurai Littell; Andrew Nixon, CPR multi-media producer; Author Heather Marie; Heather Marie, Author; Halloween; The Gateway Through Which They Came
Downloads: 1,148
[audio]Insight: Fair Political Practices Commission / The Proposition Song / Tahoe Crayfish / Sound Advice - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Fair Political Practices Commission - This year marks the 40th anniversary of Prop. 9, the Political Reform Act of 1974. On Insight, we'll meet the new chairperson of the Fair Political Practices Commission and Election Jodi Remke, who was appointed by Gov. Brown this April. Remke will discuss the implications of Senate Bill 27 enacted this year, which requires the publication of the top 10 campaign contributors to committees supporting and opposing each state ballot measure...
Keywords: Insight; KXKZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Fair Political Practices Commission; 40th anniversary of Prop. 9; Jodi Remke, new chairperson of the Fair Political Practices Commission and Election; The Proposition Song; Kim Alexander; Tahoe Crayfish; The Nevada Department of Wildlife; non-native; Fred Jackson, owner of Tahoe Lobster Company; Poachers; Corti Brothers; Sound Advice; Seattle emo band; jazz guitar; minimal electro pop; Nick Brunner, CapRadio Music host; recent recordings from Studio 7055
Downloads: 564
[audio]Insight: AdWatch / Anna Karenina / Pet Tales: Myths And Halloween Safety / Giant Corn Maze - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
AdWatch Searches For Truth Behind Television Campaign Ads: During election season, viewers get to hear lots of television ads. How much truth is in these ads? On Insight, Sacramento State Government Professor Kim Nalder discusses AdWatch, a group dedicated to fact-checking campaign ads. Anna Karenina Playing At Capital Stage: The lead actors of Anna Karenina talk about the language of Tolstoy on Insight...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; AdWatch; Kim Nalder, government professor, Sacramento State; truth in campaign ads; campaign ads not necessarily true; Anna Karenina at Capital Stage; Capital Stage production of Anna Karenina; Pet Tales; Gina Spadafori, pet expert; halloween and pets; corn maze is world's largest; Dixon corn maze holds record; Mark Cooley, designer, Dixon corn maze
Downloads: 1,174
[audio]Insight: News Network: Nevada Elections / Author Paula Treick DeBoard / Bugs & Beer / Nell Robinson - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
News Network: Nevada Elections - Reno Gazette-Journal's Political reporter, Ray Hagar, joins us for this week's News Network to discuss the status of Nevada's elections. Author Paula Treick DeBoard - The Fragile World by Stockton-based author Paula Treick DeBoard follows the subsequent happenings after a family shockingly loses their college-aged son in a "freak" car accident. The narrative deals with revenge, dark family tragedies, grief, and obsession...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Nevada Elections; Ray Hagar, Reno Gazette-Journal's Political reporter; Paula Treick DeBoard, Author; The Fragile World; The Mourning Hours; Niles Library's Tournament of Books in 2013; Bugs & Beer; Insects; diet; Charlie Bamforth, Anheuser-Busch Endowed Professor of Malting and Brewing Sciences at UC Davis; David George Gordon, celebrated Bug Chef; Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science; Nell Robinson; Jim Nunally; Nell Robinson & The Rose of No-Man's Land; Center for the Arts in Grass Valley
Downloads: 991
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, May 11, 2006
A DAY OF BLOCKADES IN MEXICO CITY University students blockaded roads and highways in various parts of Mexico City today, calling for the release of all of those arrested last week in San Salvador Atenco. (audio) According to calls made to Mexico City's Ke Huelga radio, police launched tear gas near the National School of Anthropology and History to break up a blockade. Eye-witnesses say that a police helicopter was used to disperse a blockade along the highway that connects the Mexican capital ...
Keywords: NATO; NSA; afghanistan; bush; hamas; hurricane; india; iran; iraq; katrina; mexico; military; new orleans; nigeria; oil; palestine; privacy; wiretaps
Downloads: 515
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, January 09, 2006
CORRUPTION SCANDAL FALLOUT Republican Congressman, Tom Delay, will leave his position as House Majority leader. The GOP is now trying to distance itself from ongoing corruption scandals. Ingrid Drake reports from Washington, DC. In the midst of federal investigations into lawbreaking and ethics violations of lobbyist Jack Abramoff and several Congress members and their staff, Speaker of the House J...
Keywords: FEMA; WTO; china; elections; hamas; immigration; india; iraq; korea; mexico; military; pakistan; protest; rights; scotus; tom delay; washington
Downloads: 342
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, December 15, 2005
ANTI-TORTURE AMENDMENT The White House agreed today to accept Senator John McCain's amendment to ban torture of detainees held by U.S. forces. Darby Hickey reports from Washington DC. The Bush administration has been resisting the Senate-approved anti-torture amendment, proposed by Senator John McCain. Calling for an exemption from the rule for CIA interrogators, the President was dealt a blow yesterday when the House overwhelmingly passed a non-binding measure in support of the McCain amendment...
Keywords: EU; NATO; argentina; bush; california; detainees; elections; environment; hurricane; india; iraq; israel; katrina; korea; lebanon; levees; military; new orleans; palestine; rights; south africa; torture; washington
Downloads: 1,045
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, December 01, 2005
KYOTO IN EFFECT The legal framework of the Kyoto Protocol has been formally adopted by the ongoing United Nations conference to determine the future of the environmental treaty. Elise Hugus reports from Montreal. The Kyoto protocol has now become legally binding after parties to the treaty formally approved the agreement yesterday in Montreal. The treaty aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to below 1990 levels...
Keywords: UN; bush; campaign finance; china; coca-cola; democratic party; elections; environment; epidemic; global warming; hurricane; india; islam; jihad; katrina; military; new orleans; palestine; rights; russia; washington
Downloads: 267
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Monday, November 28, 2005
SECRET PRISONS European Union Justice Commissioner Franco Frattini announced today that any EU nation found to be hosting a CIA secret prison may have its voting rights suspended. Meanwhile, the US is facing charges that it has been running a Guantanamo-like prison at an American military base in Kosovo. Jackson Allers reports from Pristina. In an interview published last Friday in the French paper, LE MONDE, the Council of Europe's Human Rights Commissioner, Alvaro Gil Robles, said the detentio...
Keywords: EU; UN; al-qaeda; brazil; censorship; china; dance; environment; india; individuality; iraq; israel; korea; military; new orleans; palestine; rights; riots; russia; saddam hussein; suicide; washington
Downloads: 80
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, October 28, 2005
TEHRAN RALLY Iran's controversial president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad attended a massive demonstration in Tehran today. The anti-Israel march has become an annual event in Tehran to mark the final Friday of Ramadan. Ahmadinejad drew worldwide criticism for his statement this week that Israel should be "wiped off the map". This year's rally reportedly drew between 200 thousand and one million people. FRESH VIOLENCE BETWEEN ISRAEL AND PALESTINE A member of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade died today during ...
Keywords: FEMA; UN; bush; censorship; cheney; elections; federal government; france; hamas; hurricane; iran; iraq; islam; israel; jihad; karl rove; military; new orleans; nicaragua; nuclear power; oil; palestine; rebellion; rights; riots; scooter libby; suicide; washington
Downloads: 275
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Thursday, October 27, 2005
FOOD-FOR-OIL REPORT Over 2000 companies have been implicated in wrongdoing during the Food for oil program. This, according to a report presented today at the United Nations. The program allowed the Saddam Hussein regime to sell oil in order to purchase humanitarian items during the years of economic sanctions. Today's report - the result of an exhaustive probe - found that the Hussein regime received approximately 1.8 billion dollars in kickbacks and surcharges during the Food-for-Oil program...
Keywords: FEMA; NSA; UN; california; detainees; elections; federal government; hurricane; immigration; india; iran; iraq; islam; israel; jihad; katrina; louisiana; marijuana; military; new orleans; palestine; protest; saddam hussein; scotus; suicide; unions; washington
Downloads: 242
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, October 05, 2005
NEW FDA RULES ON ANIMAL FEED In an effort to prevent an outbreak of mad cow disease in the country, the Food and Drug Administration called for new rules to ban cow parts from being used in all animal feed. Katia Al Awwad reports from Washington D.C. The new rule prohibits cattle brains and spinal cords in all animal feed. However, it does not ban the use other tissues that could bear the disease regardless of age...
Keywords: 9-11; NSA; avian flu; bush; disease; environment; greenpeace; india; katrina; military; nicaragua; protest; rebellion; rights; scotus; suicide; washington
Downloads: 243
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, September 23, 2005
Violence broke out in Gaza. Four Israeli rockets killed at least 10 Palestinians, including children, and injuring 85. This was in response to the shelling of the Israeli town Esderot, by Hamas. And that incident was reaction to the killing of three Palestinians in Separate Gaza village. Manar Jibreen has more on the attack that began the day?s violence. After days of debate, the European Union, led by France, Britain, and Germany, has submitted a resolution on Iran's nuclear program to the Inte...
Keywords: EU; NATO; california; china; evacuees; france; genocide; hamas; hurricane; india; iran; iraq; israel; katrina; louisiana; mexico; military; new orleans; nigeria; nuclear power; oil; palestine; protest; russia; washington
Downloads: 90
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, July 26, 2005
After the Bush administration promised new incentives for US textile companies in the southern states, several keyRepublican House lawmakers have changed their position and now say they support the Dominican Republic Central American Free Trade Agreement.This shift in position has many on Capitol Hill believing that the House may pass the controversial free trade agreement by the end of the week.The Senate has already approved it...
Keywords: NSA; bush; california; elections; labor movement; lebanon; rights; scotus; unions; washington
Downloads: 68
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, July 15, 2005
A federal appeals court ruled today that war crime tribunals could try cases for detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The decision is a win for the Bush Administration's anti-terrorism policy. Today's ruling overtuned a ruling last year that said President Bush overstepped the limits of the Constitution and violated the Geneva Convention on the treatment of prisoners of war. Thailand has approved an emergency decree empowering the country's prime minister with expanded but questionable authority...
Keywords: NATO; afghanistan; bush; california; cheney; democratic party; detainees; india; iraq; islam; kurds; pakistan; rebellion; rights; scotus; suicide; washington
Downloads: 185
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Tuesday, May 31, 2005
The Enron accounting firm charged with shredding documents has been absolved of wrong doing by the US Supreme Court.Peter Larkin reports from D.C. Immigrant rights activists are marching across the desert to highlight the arduous plight of those who attempt to reach the US.Amanda Shauger reports from Tuscon. Tens of thousands of protestors in Bolivia are still calling for the nationalization of their energy reserves.Luis Gomez reports from La Paz...
Keywords: bush; elections; iraq; israel; mexico; military; protest; scotus; washington
Downloads: 56
[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Friday, May 06, 2005
The chair of the Oil for Food Inquiry Committee, Paul Volcker, said that US Congressmen misused their subpoena power when they demanded that a former investigator turn over documents. A lawyer, who resigned from the committee investigation team, turned over the documents after receiving the subpoena saying they show that the committee?s report protects UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. Volker stated today that the subpoena issued to Robert Parton was inappropriate and that the investigator was no...
Keywords: UN; bush; california; drug companies; elections; environment; immigration; iraq; mexico; military; oil; palestine; rebellion; saddam hussein; south africa; washington
Downloads: 50
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